Fall FAQs

TCU Fraternity and Sorority Life is comprised of five governing councils and 40+ individual organizations. For more information on each specific council and the organizations housed within those councils, please visit the Councils page.

Yes, our organizations intend to conduct various recruitment/intake processes this year. Those processes will be conducted largely via virtual means and look entirely different than in years’ past

New members should expect a high volume of virtual interactions and engagement and limited in-person functions. In-person functions must adhere to all CDC and TCU regulations for safety, including the use of face coverings and social distancing measures.

Check out our Home page and follow us on social media. You can also visit individual chapter sites and social media accounts.
If you are interested in IFC or Panhellenic organizations, you need to register for their individual formal recruitment processes. The link to register is under the Join page found here

Students should plan on primarily virtual events and experiences with their respective organizations. More information will be made available prior to and throughout the Fall semester as we work with University officials, Tarrant County Public Health, National/International organizations and governing councils.

Currently, the University is evaluating the impact of all major events and procedures for those events that involve TCU students and will make recommendations at a later date.

For any additional questions, email us at GreekLife@tcu.edu. As more information becomes available, we will update our websites, social media, and FAQs.